If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, Yo Gotti's discography surely has kept the biggest names in Southern hip-hop blushing for more than a decade. Whether he was biting the crunk style of fellow Memphis rappers Three 6 Mafia on his earliest releases, emulating Juvenile's breakout hit, "Ha," on his own track "U A Gangsta Rite?," or shamelessly impersonating Nelly's anthemic delivery on "That's Not Yo Bitch," Gotti has kept his music consistently unoriginal. On Saturday, he'll be coming to town to show off his newest musical forgery, a hoarse, raspy flow indistinguishable from Young Jeezy's. Complete with Jeezy's signature improvisational laughs, references to drug prices, and perpetual proclamations that he's the "realest nigga," Gotti's most recently lifted style is featured prominently on his... More >>>